Made this tonight and everyone loved it. I actually got "thanked" by my kids. Although my 9 yr old didn't like the pepper itself, she ate all of the stuffing. My 4 yr old actually ate the pepper! Definitely a winner!
Simply the best stuffed pepper recipe I have ever had. Do not boil the peppers; bake them alone for about 15 minutes before stuffing them. They will be tender but not too soft. We added fresh basil along with some chopped mushrooms. Olives would be good too. Loved it!
Made this again tonight and this is the best stuffed pepper recipe out there. I do use deer sausage, quinoa, fresh tomatoes and basil, and I forgot to grab chicken stock so a dash of worcestershire sauce. I also make sure to reduce all liquid in the mix and drain/dry the peppers really well. So good!
My hubby is a green pepper fan, which I'm not that hot on them. But this is definitely one recipe I will be doing again. Both my hubby and my son enjoyed it very much. I used the sweet Italian sausage links (which I had to remove from their casing) and next time will use the ground sausage in the package to avoid the extra work. Very good. It's on my "keeper" list.
These were really good! I don't ever use minute rice so I made jasmine rice in my rice cooker and I doubled the recipe. It is definitely a nice change from your typical chop meat. I used shredded mozzarella and I think next time I'll use the slices.